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The Best Pandemic Preparation Gear For Your Stay At Home Lifestyle
Urban Lifestyle Gear: News and Reports.
5/13/2021. Urban Decay’s New Collection Celebrates Prince’s Legacy In A Beautiful Way.
Wende Zomnir‘s love of Prince goes back to when she was a child in the ’80s. Like millions of devoted fans, Prince was “everything” to the Urban Decay founder. “My sister and I were completely obsessed with Prince,” Zomnir tells Refinery29. “His music, the way he dresses, the way he did his makeup — we tried to copy him in every way.”
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11/8/2020. The Best Pandemic Preparation Gear For Your Stay At Home Lifestyle.
If you’re a dedicated prepper, you’ve already got your bug-out bag, coronavirus prepping and pandemic prepping sorted out, with shelves full of rice and beans and bottles of water and gasoline. But for the rest of us, those trying to keep living our fairly normal lives while stuck at home, the stuff that can help us stay happier and more comfortable through the coming fall and winter months looks a little bit different. My focus has been on staying healthy, happy and engaged while shopping less and minimizing contact with others, and I’ve found some great gear that helps do all that in several different ways.
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3/19/20. How Women Are Styling Our Favorite Sneakers?
The offering of women’s sneakers has improved dramatically over the past 18 months. Thankfully, brands have left the outdated “Pink it and Shrink it” method behind in favor of a more creative approach to designing for female sneakerheads.
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4/10/19. What Not to Wear returns to Discovery Channel.
The unscripted series that aired from 2003 to 2013 is one of a slew of franchise and branded programs coming to Discovery Inc. channels as the enlarged company bulks up to stay competitive in its lifestyle, entertainment and unscripted programming niches.
“What Not to Wear” featured two stylists working with fashion- and beauty-challenged people to give them a total makeover on a $5,000 budget. Stacy London was among the celebrity stylists who gained fame on the show. It’s not immediately clear how many of the original participants will be involved in the revival.
The “What Not to Wear” revival was among the dozens programs unveiled Wednesday at Discovery’s upfront presentation at Alice Tully Hall.
4/20/19. PlayStation Gear Store Hits the U.S. Online Fashion Market.
Tired of going to your local GameStop, Hot Topic and BoxLunch stores to find out they’ve run out of your favorite T-shirts displaying your favorite PlayStation games or they don’t have the type of PlayStation-themed merchandise you’re looking for? The Easter Bunny has granted your wish, as PlayStation Gear Store is open for business in the United States.
PlayStation announced in a blog post Friday that PlayStation Gear Store has gone online just in time for you to fill your Easter baskets with fashionable and functional merchandise of your favorite PlayStation franchises, including God of War, Bloodborne, Uncharted, Kojima Productions, The Last of Us Part IIand Ghost of Tsushima, as well as iconic designs from the PlayStation brand itself. PlayStation Gear currently ships purchases to the U.S., Canada and Mexico.